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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 7 February 1896

fppi 11 ft ir fe l§& ||pfeirf"i- £-d V'-& Wm& •y£s^. tS As .%• $kf--:K- 6' r# rr •& &>$. *../ fltyafc &V. '. w& mig* H& sl|f &."#• V't'l #A ctive JOB PRINTING THE TRAHSliRIPT JOB OFFlCt 'IS NOW SUPPLIED WITH NEW MATERIAL, TROUGHOUT. HEAT, CHEAP AND RAPID. Read J. B. Gibbons'advertisement. Joseph Trettel in attack of the grip. A if*: 8K: t§[ The storming of Ft. Karnival had, better be postponed to Greenland. This January averaged 10 degrees warmer than the first month of 1895. The tux rate of Viui.kato is 30.8 mills, and that of Red Wiiig31.3 mills. There will probably soon be a con­ tract for pulllug hydrants up by the roots. The storming of Ft.Karnival .at St. Paul has been postponed to this evening. The old settlers of Stearns county have organised'an "Old Settlers' Society." The city treasurer now nas money to pay city revenue orders up to Feb. 8,1895. ______ C. S. Johnson, Brainerd's new postmaster, assumed charge of the office Feb. 1. Cong...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 7 February 1896

Aiifca t- w-tiiUaSWiU tii (.Vrv-'i" NEEDED CHANGES. 1 ,- TO GIVE AMERICA COMMERCIAL AND FINANCIAL SUPREMACY. (1) Retire Onr OrcciiliMki and Stop GOT ernment Banking (2) Pat Qntetu* on the Silver Cnm-M. Leroy-Bcanltaa'a Powerful Argument on Thene Two Qae« tlon*. Panl Le-cy-Beaulicu ban an artiole in the December Fovnm entitled "Condi­ tions For American Commercial and Fi­ nancial Supremacy.". This great writer and authority on economic subjects says that but two things u:e necewrary to in­ sure American commercial and financial supremacy—(1) the withdrawal of the government from the bunking business and (2) a firm declaration in favor of a gold standard and against bimetallism— that is, against further special favors to Silver. His discnssion on both of these points is clear and convincing. Taking up pointfoiie, he finds that while other great countries have issned or caused to be issned considerable amounts of paper money during critical periods ours is the first to refuse to take u...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 7 February 1896

CITY EXPENSES. The Revenue Expenses Are Now About $17,000 a Year. The Income, Outside of Taxes, About $10,000 a Year. From April 2, 1895, to Feb. 1,1896, the city revenue expenses were $ 14, 320.62—it it* safe to say thai for the yeai the total will be not far from #17,000. The following items include nearly all the expense up to date: City Cltrk ,. $341.92 Attorney 333.34 Poliee 2200.25 Janitor 500.00 Board of Health 88.50 Fire Department 344 71 Street sprinkling ,.511.33 Street work 2245.07 Street lighting 2050.60 Hydrant rental 3061.48 Advertising 365.87 Miscellaneous 1936.01 Nearly all the expenses except utreet work will be increased by one fifthfor the other t\vo mouths of the year. In the above the only item that does not come out of direct taxation is street sprinkling, and a part of that is returned by assessment. The poor expense HO far has been $1077.81, and a poor tax is levied for that fund, outside the revenue fund. The receipts for saloon licenses the past year have b...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 7 February 1896

(COKTINHF.D FROM PAGE FOUR). 'O'CTMoe, examining Insane 8 30 Bi Rider, conveying Inebriate •OCTn.ce, examining Inebriate iCORONfeR EXPENSED. INQUEST. JURY FEK8. W1TNE88KS, ETC. Jobu McDonald, fees 8tangl. juror fees Peter Abotta, witness fees Jobu Macha, JOB Patch Win Macha Urbun Macha Jobanna Macha Edwin I'oluck John KnnBa Thos Mmpa O O Orr, juror fees Jos Bockhorul, juror fees Jos Ginter. witness fees Jacob Vincent, juror fees John Kit:born, witness fees Paul Krottowhlnaki, witness lees GMA Fortier. autopsy Huff, deputy coroner LJ Wright, deputy coroner Tuttle, juror fees Brown, 'uror fees Stuart, conveying body or KuiiJia right, deputy corotier 0 O Orr. jnmr fees Juhn Koy, wituuw fees Chas Latham, witness fees Geo Tanner, witness fees Mike Lacy, juior fees Jonn Raymond John Blair Chas Branni-n. witness fees Brown, juror fees Heidbrink. digging grave Halting A Son. for nse of morgue Chas LaFotxl juror fees O Trace, coroner lees A Kurtier, autopsy A Rider, attending coroner court O...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 7 February 1896

I .r MUST HAVE TROUBLE. XCueBBBi Why the Council Exerted Itself tor a "Record." The supposition tliut the council felt'humiliated by the lack of friction between tlie *ity and Electric & Water company, and realized a need of Monte trouble, were the cu linen of 'the rank action Monday evening ia sustained by many observers. For months you couldn't tell by any vote or action on the council that Martin, Moeglein and Mecusker were making it their object on the council to defend the city from the awful plans of the company. To be R«re, early last year they made a few moves toward delaying payment on bills because a few hydrants were frozen, but finally when the breaks had been repaired an adjustment was made between the city and com­ pany that was not opposed by any aldermen. Since then nothing had come up to show how steadfast their opposition to the company was, and in the natural course of events it looked as though the next election would be reached, with nothing to distinguish t...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 7 February 1896

K!-Q P$ if', B*rS ii •:jjk I®'' if* Iflf' $$V~ g# •feu. mmt, W? M?- FROM THE "COLONY. Ed. Mahan Writrs a Letter From Fitzgerald. Irwin County, Ga. Last week Ed. Mahun. Martin Scott and A. H. Ui\yiiii left for the Old Soldiers" Colony in Georgia, and a day or two ago a letter was received in thin city from Mr. Mahan, Kiviiiu liU Brat ImpreHHlonH of the locality and people. We quote the following from 'he letter: "Ah per agreement I write you. I wrote you yenter lay from Abbeville. The train wan till dark getting to Lulaville, which is four .niles from thin place. Bryant. Scott and my­ self haa a "cracker" haul I have so much to Hay about what I have seen today that I don't know where begin. ImagLie yourself in a detiHe pine forest, or at least what was such but. ninety days ago, but now there fire about six hundred* houses in all stugcfc of construction men are grading streets, setting out fiult trees, and planting gardens a mw mill, shingle mill and brick yard are all running. It is...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 14 February 1896

VOL 20. *ve Page CRWgonkri. Minneapolis Masonic Quar­ tette Under the Auspi­ ces of City Schools. In Court House Tuesday Evening, Feb. Eight­ eenth. The closing number of the city schoota lecture course will'be given by the Minneauolls Mns^nie quar­ tette next Tuesday evening, Feb. IS, at the court house. The stand­ ing of this quartette is known not only throughout tne entire north­ west but also in our own city. They were with us last spring at commencement time and helped to render that event one the equal of which had never before been wit­ nessed in Little Falls. Mr. E. P. Browning, through whose influence the quartette was secured for the above date, is well known in our community, and his name alone will stand a guarantee for the excellence of the program. This entertainment will be the event of the year. Every friend of the school, as well as lovers o* music, will be present. The list of those who are patrons and patronesses will be published later. Look for photographs and ...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 14 February 1896

•4 *Y 6C0D MEETING. Representative Citizens At W&'i tend the Meeting Moil- s- day Evening. Detailed Discussion ofCity, School and Other Ex­ penses, An Excellent Committee Appointed to Investi­ gate Possible Eeon omies. The result of the meeting of tax­ payers and citizens Monday evening muHt have been cratlfyln« to the public generally. The qutetIon*» be­ fore the meeting were. HH a rule,'dis­ cussed with fairness and candor. The meeting was called to ord^r by F. E. Can ley, one of the com mlt tee Melected by, the eitlzeiiH to cali the meeting. Oil motion Mr. Oa«ley WOK uuamlouHly elected chairman of the meeting and F. W. Lyon was elected secretary. the chairman tnen stated the ob­ jects of the meeting, and they were to ilixcuHii the financial condition of theclty, and toseek to arrive at some means to decrease the expenses and tax rate. The following letter from Mayor Davidson was then rend: DuLUTHrMinn.. Feb. 8,1896. To THE CITIZENS or LITTLK FALI.S, MINN.: Mr. Chairman, Dear ...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 14 February 1896

:-.^X v4ir 4 .. \J 4 nrll* V. 4 •J&Bv c?m MI4 S'0 five Page A GIRL IN CASE Friend of Pearl Bryan Throws Light on the Mysteri­ ous Murder. Admits Buying Certain Drugs That May Have Caused. Her Death Hat of the .Dead Woman] Dis­ covered" Near New­ port, Ky. "N INDIANAPOLIS, Feb. 10.—The Fort Thomas murder mystery is now nearer a solution than it has been since the headless body of Pearl Bryan was found. Lnlu May HolUngsworth, one of Pearl Bryan's girl friends, has been boarding at 1 Henry street. Miss HoUingswortfr says'that on the after­ noon of Jan.* 38 die sis it vth& tTniott station and met Miss Bryan. She had visited in Greencastle and had become acquainted ittth Mtw Biyaai there.' After the usual greetings were over Miss Bryan told her ^he was iiv/deep trouble.., She explained' itB natp^eand said Jacilc^on' was responsible few her condition. j§he said it Wouldr hd^Br do A To Hnr of Her Disgrace, and she waa going to Cincinnati to have an abortion ^performed. She: asked M...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 14 February 1896

fXLARIBB' WILL STR^D. In several Biirrounding cities were shown-for'comparison and found to be practically^ the same 'as here. Huch betng thecase. the board was ^of tlieoptelon thut a reduction of salaries would result lu a loss of some of ifdf nVost efficient teachers, and It wap.declded to leave them as they are now. ... .... However,' a 'redrtctfon of about 91,100 can*'le made next year on misceliuneotm items. Not thatthere has bmany expensethlsyear, that was nut absolutely there are a- number of. item* that Were nil^essAry' this y$ar /that. will not* be^ext, and they' include ^bvildjllig repairs, school.siippliM, etc. In one item alone.a teduetloti'of $300 fl" can be made, and that i»- tbfe text 1 books. This year, owing sto the 1 v% tyx --The State Editorial association will meet at St. Paul Feb. 20. One Jady has a number on the progcani, MisA' Mfiinie Starr, of the Tracy #fTirumpet. jg linBUEflallSHl Skin Disease 1,/N of S.d ideation But th« Board jyirill BjBpnonlzc on Other f...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 14 February 1896

,! taREAT BRITAIN'S GRAB. Causes Which Raised the Vene­ zuela Question. $OUNDfRY DISPUTE REVIEWED. mv We Ave late re* ted, In the EatNMh •Nk of Kiflmd on tha Territory of a (MLK AOWIOH RepabUe—The MOWNM Duilllw and Ita Preaent ApyllMtloa. Sinoe the VenWuelia question faas devol •oped into an international orlsls between this country and Gnat Britain it Is inter •astlng to take a hasty glance at tbe aause I of all the trouble and briefly review tbe oondltlona which have led up to it. 4'as It la not a very large tract of country that England wanta, .but It ia very valu •able. There are mine* there 'gold mines —and the glitter of the precious metal has 'act, -often aroused the oupldity of John Bull. arbitration Tbe aueetion la one of principle, how-1 This •yver, with the government ana not of yfilue. .^e are not particularly Interested lp the welfare of the Spanish American rapublio in her disputes with adjacent na­ tive nations or In her frequent revolutions, jknt we are interested in...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 14 February 1896

ft It ITTLE FALLS TRANSCRIPT FE E* THE TSUNSCBIPT PUB. OU. PUBUI8BID EVKEV KRIU.LY. SUBSCRIPTION?*- A One year......... .... S ............... fx month*... ........... .. montbi .'. A L)VKBTIBINO KATB8 U»W. TLE FALLS, v|f j$W6|| THE OOtlBIOBMlp.^ While in some parts of the -'state the people and the papers have this early shown an active interest in the selection. of the next Republican nominee for gov ernor of Minnesota, but little feel­ ing has yet been shown in Morrison county. The candidates nearly all certainly have friends here Gov. Clough and Capt. Van Sant each having warm personal friends and supporters, and Messrs. Eufttis and Gibbs both have the esteem of the general public, but have comparatively little personal acquaintance with the people here. What the result would be if the contest would, continue between these men, it. will be unnecessary to say at present, but it appears that Gov. Clough had the most active sup­ porters. Considering the above facts the .article* in...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 14 February 1896

Vl •ft vS' i§: Mr' I I' ty*«£ 'k 4 "4 0 tfp JOB PRINTING THB TRiMPT JOB' IS NOW SUPPLIED WITH NEW MATERIAL TROUGHOUT. SEAT, CHEAP AND KAP11. Read J. B. Gibbons' ad vert isement. Valentine soclul at the residence of E. P. Adanm thin evening. F. B. Simmons was In St. C?loud Wednesday afternoon on business. Twin daughters were born to Mr. and Mis. Joseph Meyers yesterday. A son WHB born to Mr. and Mrs. P. H. Newmtiji. last Thursday even- .... Take your "Valentine" to Valentine social tonight at E Adams'. The -city schools were Wednesday on account of it being a legal holiday. Staples, now of Todd county, has an ambition--'to become the county, seat of anew county., A daughter was born Wednesday to Mr. and Mrs. E. 0. Laue, of Seventh street northeast. If it keeps. on snowing for about sixteen weeks at the present rate, the banana crop can be hauled to market on sleds. Chas. HTNeely, state agent for the Standard Accident Insurance com­ pany, of Detroit, was in the city Saturday. The smok...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 14 February 1896

Wn Boyle awJ4 of ne}£ TAX It A List of the Delinquent Taxes upon real estate withiu the county of Mor­ rison* state of Minnesota, for the year A. D., 1894, remaining delinquent and unpaid on the first Monday in a angary,'1890 and the penalties accrued thereon. OTAT.DK MINNESOTA.) Co„NTY or Mom.^1 mb Jnd|o|a) DUtrlot The state »f Minnesota to all persons. com Denies of corporations who have or clalio any estate- right title or Interest In. claim to, or lieu upon any of the aeveral piece* or pareeisof land In the list hereto attached described: The Hat of taxes aud penalliea on real property count* of Morrlat n. remaining4»Hn for tbe county tip A. D. 1896. oaent on tbe Ifrst Monday lii Jauuary £aa been tiled In the office or the clerk of the district court of the county of Mornaoo «f which that hereto attache*! la a copy. Therefore, yftq, and each of yon are hereby required to Me In tbe office of aald elerk on or before the twentieth day of March. A. D. WW, your answer In writing, aet...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 14 February 1896

'-IMS ft. 4#'" V* .\ V«| tw: •&. FROM v. GEORGIA. JKnothcr Letter from Cd. Mahan llbout the Old Sol dlcn' Colony. We publish today another tnter esting letter from Ed. Mafmn. who, !h (fOiiiK o-ver tlie colony with hln eyes open. wild tells us about it In a characterlHtUr wuy: 1 Fitzgeuai.u Feb. 1, 1896. Got up at 5 a. m. on account of Bryrin snoring sat around while then took a walk lowii to we the 'old turpentine still," al»o went down to see the, neweu ditch that drains the town. Saw quite a number of flsn in it. Met a young cracker with a string.of fish and a»M him how lh*rcaught theni snld"he clubbed them piit. I.found that he actually did get them in that way.* 'Jame up and had breakfast then atarted to look up my alU»tinent. Met Al. Wood and he went Wirh us. Took a due west coyine from the city Urn ts, me to where tWash^ iDKton W^iefsihorse was splitting rails witti an axe fourteen Inches long gets one-halfcent a. piecefor his wo^k. Said he could split from 75 tol25inaday4...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 14 February 1896

0 13 i^h^r^t^s- Boy Bnr*l»r» IciiIhm4. MENOMONIK, Wis., F«l. 10.- -Jo(i»Ih Knoppa ana Freu Qoise, young farmer laoys, broke into and carried away a «le gh load of geriei^%merchandise from the atom of W. "M[. Wiftteir tothamat Tramway, three miles from this City, on the night of Feb. 1. They were arreted, pleaded guilty and sen tended to one and a half years in state prison, ^hey are sons of resectable parents. __ t'Offy. •twx tff H«ad«d ft Wfclt«Mp WSrniB*. VICTOEY, Feb. IA—A notice was served on a person in this place last Saturday signed -by a committee of seven whitecaps, notifying him to leave in two weeks or he wonld be dealt with according to. the laws of the whitecaps or the laws of the United States. The person addressed heeded the warning and left. Both W«rt Drownad. Mmni.KTQWs. N. Y., Feb. 10.— Peter L. Atkins, proprietor of a wagon repair shop in this city, took Maude l^eliy, aged s)8, out driving. They crossed Wallkili river at Hopkins bridge and in the darkness Atkins d...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 14 February 1896

:A», ii 31 wM' "Si »S® •tim IK J'«iv- iia,. i'S» i# fefelrWl 3' Is- 1 [V Sr MEMPHIS. The Staples Houseboat Parry Continuing "Their Journey Down the Mississippi. 'At Memphis the cottonbHt practi­ cally f'ommVncf'H. altlioii^li quite ft l»irui» of It 1H mined ubove. Yi-t iis KO»1 and sure crop.it is not aftiicccsH north of that point. Cot­ ton the corner Rtoiie of thenouth and cuts mi important figure in th« commerce of the world. 'Twftfl cot­ ton tlmt in the sixties furnished the south with the munitions 'of war. What wheat, oats, and corn arc to the north, cotton is to the south. One can judge of the growth of this industry, when history tells us tjpit the first shipment of that article was made in 17S4 and, consisted of only eight bales. Now the south plants in round numbers 20,000,000 acres, the crop of 1894 reaching the enormous total of 10,000,000 bales. Each bale weighs from 400 to 600 pounds. Planting commences about April 1. picking about August 15 and frequently 4 lasts two ...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 14 February 1896

rjaV, tS -V, Continued from emhth page UAMK^OF OWNER. RIPTION TOWNcHIPOF BUCKMAN TOWN 8#RANGE 80 Sets A Miller nwii of seJ4 acres Altenbofen *el/iof nej£ do ueWofse^ a Trtishbush ne% of svi% do te'/i ot nw'/i Mat Wagner *eji of HwJ^ do ne# of nw^i Fred Gakiu w)i Felix Pella Chas tiskin Tliereola wj/j of nej it Lust 19 1M.85 22 40 22 4f Kleler se^ bt nwj^ do of nc'A Charles Hungeiford uel4 Zormler swj^ of swj^ e}4 of seJ4 TOWNSHIP OF MORRILL TOWN 39, RANGE 29. John Went fall eU ofswJ4 and 28.85 28.52 14.38 26 120 ao 160 nwV£ of sw% is Ruach ne^ Morr Rhodes *14 ol nei4 TOWNSHIP OF MORRILL TOWN 39 RANGE 28. Sastmsn &( lough sw^ofse^ 26 40 Henry Brokow sw*4 32 160 Rhodes uud of se^ of nwJ4 34 20 und Vi of w'/i of VILLAGE OF ROYALTON. lot blk Harry Lovan eVj 3 5 A- ONRBN'S ADDITION TO ROYALTON. WM Roller und of of NB Ang. ll Ellin Kliug Logan do Vary I.ogan Logan A Wlutt do A Devore do tlerman Neuman IL Caboun lots 5 and I W Bouck do do do TOWNSHIP OK BELLEVUE. It Peter* 150*198 feet...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 21 February 1896

vol, 20. c. R. R. CAMP FIRE. An Ezedlcnt Program Has Been Arranged lor Thiw JBvenlng. Workman Piist, O. A. R., of thin city, and Its auxiliary, the Martha Washington G. A. It. circle, have prepared quite an elaborate program of entertainment for the .camp fire, which will lie. held in their hall in the old court house building on First avenue southeast thin evening. E. B. Wood, of Long Prairie. Junior Vice Commander of the de­ partment1 of Minnesota, has written that If possible he will oe presMit. Mr. Wood has participated in similar entertainments In this city, and his speeches never fall to please and in­ terest his hearers. Short addresses will also be delivered by several local speakers, including Itev. Wm, Moore. J. H. Rhodes and E F. Shaw, all of whom are known to be entertaining talkers. The musical part of the" evening's program Is under the direction of Mrs. J. 0. Flynn and several patri­ otic selections will be rendered by a chorus of mixed voices, including some of the b...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 21 February 1896

3 VECTURECOURSE CLOSED |%By Dellyhtfui Program R«n ^v^lerecl by the Minneapolis Masonic Quartette* m-' 1 5 Although the wwthw ww.wry iinfn vnnuble packed lioiiKf jtrppte'l the Minneapolis K.MIIC Quartette, at the concert given at the rourt lioiiHelyillTuesdaycvpi^ng. Thepro grtun, ns published. ww* short one, hut the many heart.v encores which -he siimers received unci responded co, mlded to it many beautiful selec tlotis. »itid HIIOWMI thut'th" audience did n*ot lack in appreciation. The qu'iri utie win Riveted with- a 'round of applause it epiererl.the ball, and cvry iuim|er of th** pro­ gram was heartily and ^nthus.as ticall.v encored. (Joni-nieiit upon the program Is an "necessary—it was all excellent. The selections b.v the quar^-tte 'were well ehosSen to meet the ex pet-tat ions of che audience. and were gratefully received. .The nolo by Mr. E. P. lirowning was but another vin tlic ttion ot bin ability as a tenor noloist.aiul t.he. beautiful selection which he rendered touehcd...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
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